Ivan Alippi (Italy), an Italian national, joined the International Criminal Court (ICC) in October 2010 as the Director of the former Common Administrative Services Division within the Registry, which, following the restructuring of the Registry, became the Division of Management Services. In his current capacity, Mr. Alippi is responsible for a number of critical executive functions such as strategic resource planning, audit matters and risk management; and oversees the Registry's activities in the areas of budget, finance, human resources, security and safety, general services, occupational health/medical and Enterprise Resource Planning (SAP) services to the entire Court.
Prior to joining the ICC, Mr. Alippi was the Chief Financial Officer at the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) headquartered in Kenya, where he directed the finance, administration, ICT and HR functions of the Agency, which has the objective of reducing the business risk and cost of doing business in Africa. His role included the management of an investment programme of US$178 million and ensuring successful relationships with the IDA (World Bank Group) on loans to Africa.
Prior to joining ATI, he worked from 2004 to 2007 as Managing Director - Chief Financial and Administrative Officer at the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) in Rome, inter-governmental organization devoted to promoting the rule of law in developing countries, with activities in more than 170 countries. Before that, he held senior positions in the international banking and audit sectors, from 1992 to 2003, with Merrill Lynch and Arthur Andersen & Co. respectively.
Mr. Alippi holds an advanced degree in Business Administration, major Business Finance from Università Commerciale 'Luigi Bocconi' in Milan, Italy. He is a Qualified Auditor and a Certified Public Accountant, admitted to practice in Italy. He is married and has two children.